Holy Spirit river 2014 explorations - beginnings of the river a water flowing between huge boulders and sand - a Sierra Palm and roots on top of one
Hard to beleive - but this is a large boulder near Holy Spirit river - full of moss, ferns, bromeliads etc.
In the birth of the Holy Spirit river we have these huge formations of boulders and Sierra Palms collecting rain for the river - before Maria
In the Tradewinds trail Cloud Forest we find this Magic Path fulll of star-moss and magically-shaped trees - before Hurricane Maria
The famous La Coca Falls in PR 191 in the entrance of El Yunque PR - before Hurricane Maria in 2017
Ancient Colorado tree in Rio Sabana park - survived the >140 mph winds of Hurricane Maria in 2017
A fallen tree with a forest of red Bromeliads on it - destruction left after Hurricane Maria in 2017 - Rio Sabana park - El Yunque PR
The Cry of Death - in the middle of Tradewinds trail in that time we found this decaying tree filled with roots and moss eating it - it's last cries before dissolving...
In the tradewinds Cloud Forest we find these dancing tree in the middle of the star-shaped moss a sign of a foggy region over 2.5k feet altitude
In the 14km Tradewinds trail we find these pattern of a Yagrumo leaf - white side - on the ground under water in a pool - surrounded by leafs from many other trees.
In the 14km Tradewinds trail, after 1.5 hours we found this view of the next target - El Cacique range - a huge mountain range in the middle of El Yunque - with no trail to its peak.
Lucky Telephoto view in Yokahu tower (1,575 feet alt.) after intense storm and fog starts disapearing.
This baffling image shows a tree on the left side that wraps on a decaying treeon the right side, with a totally decayed tree hanging on them. Tradewinds trail - El Yunque rain forest PR.
Impressive view from Los Picachos (near El Yunque peak) at 3K feet alt. view of east coastline - 2014 Before Hurr. Maria - El Yunque rain forest PR